Tag Archives: Australia

Phase 1 Of “World’s Largest” EV Fast-Charging Network Completed In Queensland

Originally published on RenewEconomy By Sophie Vorrath The Queensland government has laid claim to the “world’s longest electric vehicle superhighway in a single state” after the first phase of fast charger station installations was completed last month. State transport minister Mark Bailey says EV drivers can now travel from Coolangatta to Cairns, and west from Brisbane [&hellip

My 5 cents. – My Melbourne solar and battery installation

I blinked my eyes open with the realization it was probably one of those nights. And sure enough, we’d gone through the whole night on battery power, with the minimum charge at 40% at 7AM before a new day of solar kicked in.

I requested, from the salesman, a system which “covers me for evenings”, and I’m getting way more out of it than that; sometimes. I’ve had a week where I spent less than $3 on power, and now the lowest ever spend: 24…..

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Pocket City Farms: Urban Agriculture in Sydney —

This article was first published in Mini Matters and on Matters Journal on December 7, 2017. Images courtesy of Ben Symons/Pocket City Farms. What was once a disused trash-filled bowling green is now home to a thriving market garden complete with a greenhouse, community composting program, a food forest and some very happy chooks. Tucked […]

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